I have not made much for the business lately as my wife and I decided 20 year old Melamine office furniture was not cool in the house of a woodworker. The adventure began in October of 2016 when we caught a great 30% off sale at Highland Hardwoods celebrating their 30th anniversary. We bought lots of cherry and curly cherry. A couple of weeks ago we finally started by encasing a nice, steel filing cabinet with cherry. This weekend we finished that piece minus the raised p
This annual activity is what led me to start my own business. I began with trivets and small cutting boards. 2016 brings bottle openers. I use my long time off at the end of the year to make them. This year I had my father's help and came up with some new designs using my scraps from larger projects.
While woodworking with my dad over the holidays we made a bunch of bottle openers for new year gifts. This was a great way to experiment with using small pieces I have from prior projects. I decided to take a nice piece of persimmon and cut at an angle and place a piece of blood wood through it. What do you think?